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Banksy hits Glastonbury

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After standing up for a fellow street artist last week in Camden, Banksy followed mud-seeking youths all the way down to Glastonbury at the weekend to leave his mark on the festival.

His two pieces can be seen above, taking aim at both the security of the event and one of the headlining artists.

Banksy's art has become a trademark of the festival in recent years, as showcased in the pictures below that reflect his work from 2008-2010. It's easy to see why he always picks it. The renegade street artist is unlikely to be noticed by thousands of muddied, drunk hipsters. It's probably why he picked Camden too...

(Images: Jason Bryant, Getty Images, Sam Tait)

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